Re: Port of ldap 3.3 for DEC UNIX?

Kent A. Ziebell (
Wed, 07 Aug 1996 11:13:17 CDT

I had the same problem bringer up ldap 3.3 until I used:


in the Make-Common. I also am using Berkeley's binary tree db for the ldbm
backend, as several have mentioned problems using ndbm with Dec Unix. I have
been running slapd on Dec Unix for the last couple of weeks without a hitch.

Kent Ziebell

>I tried to bring up ldap 3.3 on DEC UNIX 3.2C. In particular I was interested
>in trying out slapd. The software builds and installs without a hitch.
>However, when building the initial database, per the SLAPD/SLURPD
>Administrator's guide, using ldif2ldbm, the program dies with a core dump.
>This problem has been reported to the bug list, but they know of no one
>working on it.
>I thought I'd check here to see if anyone else has 1) encountered the problem
>and 2) worked on it.
>I've taken a very brief look, it appears to be dying with a segmentation
>I'm willing to root around some more, but don't want to spend a lot of time
>on it, especailly if someone else is working on the problem.
>Bob Shafer
>University of Denver
>P.S. Do any of the previous versions work with DEC UNIX?